Inaki Camino

IC-016b

  • Recording date: 1982-07-12
  • Owner: Euskarabidea-mediateka
  • Informant: TÝo Kruzito.
  • Researcher: I˝aki Camino
  • Permission to query: Free
  • Permission to publish: Limited
  • Sound quality: Normal
Towns Dialects Maps
Iragi
Piece Time Summary
A01 00:00:00
00:19:48
(They speak in low voices). The livestock and the chores at home. They live from livestock. They make cheese from the sheep. With the children they speak in Basque always. Now they are making hay. The word "barautsi" (to breakfast). The vegetable plots and the milk are for the house. They go to Pamplona or Huarte to get the weekly shopping. They sometimes kill a sheep or lamb for the house. They learnt Spanish at school. They can express themselves better in Basque. They used to make coal and take it by mule to Pamplona. They women would help to unload the sacks in the streets, and what they earned from that was for their own expenses. In Iragi they Basque is help in esteem but not in Eugi. They always speak in Basque at home. The Basque has been lost in Esteribar. The Basque which is learnt in Pamplona is difficult. The best Basque is spoken in Navarra. In the old days everything was said in Basque in Eugi and now there is none left there. In the villages around there little Basque is spoken now.
Track Time Listen to file
IC-016b-B 19:52
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